Contents

- 1 Is 3×2 a polynomial?
- 2 Is a polynomial of degree 3?
- 3 What is a degree 5 polynomial called?
- 4 What is the degree of 3?
- 5 How do you find the degree of a term?
- 6 Can 0 be a polynomial?
- 7 Is 3x 2 an expression?
- 8 Why is Y 2 not a polynomial?
- 9 What is the degree of polynomial √ 3?
- 10 What is the degree of polynomial 7?
- 11 Is 10x a polynomial?
- 12 What is the polynomial of 5?
- 13 What kind of polynomial is 5?

## Is 3×2 a polynomial?

Yes, this is a polynomial, but a special form of a polynomial with just one term which is called a monomial.

## Is a polynomial of degree 3?

Third degree polynomials are also known as cubic polynomials. Cubics have these characteristics: Four points or pieces of information are required to define a cubic polynomial function. Roots are solvable by radicals.

## What is a degree 5 polynomial called?

Fifth degree polynomials are also known as quintic polynomials. Quintics have these characteristics: One to five roots. Zero to four extrema. It takes six points or six pieces of information to describe a quintic function.

## What is the degree of 3?

Names of Degrees

Degree | Name | Example |
---|---|---|

2 | Quadratic | x^{2}−x+2 |

3 | Cubic | x ^{3} −x^{2}+5 |

4 | Quartic | 6x^{4}−x ^{3} +x−2 |

5 | Quintic | x^{5}−3x ^{3} +x^{2}+8 |

## How do you find the degree of a term?

Degree of the Term is the sum of the exponents of the variables. 2x 4y 3 4 + 3 = 7 7 is the degree of the term. 5x-2y 5 NOT A TERM because it has a negative exponent. 8 If a term consists only of a non-zero number (known as a constant term ) its degree is 0.

## Can 0 be a polynomial?

Like any constant value, the value 0 can be considered as a (constant) polynomial, called the zero polynomial. It has no nonzero terms, and so, strictly speaking, it has no degree either. As such, its degree is usually undefined.

## Is 3x 2 an expression?

Monomial: An expression containing one term is called Monomial. For example: 2xy, 5x, -2x, 3x ^{2}, 10 are all monomials.

## Why is Y 2 not a polynomial?

Answer: Since, variable, ‘t’ in this expression exponent of variable is not a whole number. Expression with exponent of a variable in fraction is not considered as a polynomial.] (iv) y + 2y. Answer: Since, exponent of the variable is negative integer, and not a whole number, hence it cannot be considered a polynomial.

## What is the degree of polynomial √ 3?

Answer. √3 is a polynomial of degree 0. Because it can be expressed as √3 (x^0).

## What is the degree of polynomial 7?

For all constants the degree is always zero. Therefore the degree for the polynomial root 7 is “zero”.

## Is 10x a polynomial?

Not a Polynomial A polynomial is an expression composed of variables, constants and exponents with mathematical operations. Obviously, the expression 10x does not meet the qualifications to be a polynomial.

## What is the polynomial of 5?

(Yes, “5” is a polynomial, one term is allowed, and it can be just a constant!) 3xy^{–}^{2} is not, because the exponent is “-2” ( exponents can only be 0,1,2,)

## What kind of polynomial is 5?

Table 10.2 Classifying a Polynomial Based on Its Degree

Degree | Classification | Example |
---|---|---|

2 | quadratic | 4x^{2} – 25x + 6 |

3 | cubic | x^{3} – 1 |

4 | quartic | 2x^{4} – 3x^{2} + x – 8 |

5 | quintic | 3x^{5} – 7x^{3} – 2 |